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800.000 properties needed in Cambodia until 2030

800.000 properties needed in Cambodia until 2030

According to the Khmer Times, a government senior official said that housing in Cambodia must keep up with the rapid urbanization rate and demographic boom. Until 2030, the demand for housing in urban zones will reach around 50 000 units per year, which makes a total of 800.000 units to build until 2030, according to […]

Investing in Paris

With a rental market tight and very low housing supply compared to the demand, it will be easy to find a tenant in Paris, as long as the rent is consistent with market prices, of course. As the procedure is complex and the relationship between landlord and tenant sometimes complicated, hiring a professional to manage […]

France : new or old property?

France : new or old property?

In French, the distinction between “acheter dans le neuf“, purchasing a new property, and “acheter dans l’ancien“, purchasing an old property, is a taxation matter. This is a pretty obvious point for an apartment located in a traditionnal Haussmann building, or when purchasing off plan. But what  is the rule for a property sold just […]

France: the guaranteed size of a property for sale

The requirement to indicate the unit size in all transfert and sale documents applies not only to built plots, but also undeveloped one. The residential plot with a private house, “lots pavilionnaires” in French, being part of an horizontal condominium are also concerned by this rule. The rule concerns all condominium lots, regardless of the assignment […]

Living in Paris

To establish one’s second home or for settlement, Paris property market has assets that make it one of the most popular cities in the world. Cheaper than London or Moscow, Paris real estate will stay a safe and stable investment.

Low taxation regime in Paris

Property tax is due by the owner, it is relatively inexpensive in Paris which combines the statutes of a City and a Department. For non-residents, the French Treasury (tax department) is less greedy, there are many tax breaks for those who live more than 180 days outside France. The return on a property rental investment or the […]

Real-estate in France: condominium

Real-estate in France: condominium

You can consider a condominium whenever a building is divided among different owners. The property of each unit is a “lot”, each lot comprising a private part and a share of common area. The operating rules of the condominium are determined by the building regulations. The regulation of condominium is defined by the law of […]

The price of fuel in Thailand

The price of fuel in Thailand

When you move into a country and you own a car, the price of fuel is an important mater, as it will represent a significant expense in your budget. Here are the main fuel categories that you will find at the gas pump in Thailand, and their average prices: Gasoline 95, which is the most […]

Subscribing a car insurance in Thailand

Subscribing a car insurance in Thailand

The driving Compulsory insurance in Thailand, called the “CPLT” for Compulsory Third Party Liability or PO LO BO, is the government insurance and the minimum requirement for driving a car in Thailand. This insurance will only cover the damages to people (third party) that you would cause while driving in Thailand. If you want to be covered against […]

Can I own a property in Northern Cyprus?

Can I own a property in Northern Cyprus?

Under the new laws of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), also commonly known as Northern Cyprus, non-TRNC Citizens are entitled to hold a title deed to only one property, up to a maximum area of 5 donums (which makes 6685 m2) per household, providing that the property only consists of one dwelling (the Property […]